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Indian traditions of medicine, sexology, diet, superstitious conduct, political troubleshooting, planetary positions; all have the help of the foot-soldier called streetlore, or street-lore.
Streetlore is an amalgam of all streams of knowledge that come to you wherever you are, even if mobile networks do not reach you, even if you shun all public contact, television and internet.
It's not surprising that revolutions, Bhakti-movements, Sufism, miracles, have all been ignited by streetlore in India.
At individuals' levels, incurable diseases have been cured, peace of mind achieved, lotteries won, and love life settled.
And then, it is most often picked up from posters and graffiti in public toilets.
The fistula you suffer from is being loudly discussed in the next table in the bar, while you are talking about the best methods of suicide of which more than anyone of your friends at the table, the waiter serving you is interested in.
Street lore has answers to all questions, even when every religion, science, philosophy and shastras have none.
They must have had remarkable night vision to sit and read 50 feet below a 10 watt bulb that barely provides enough light to illuminate the lamp post supporting it
Named after the then Chief Minister of West Bengal.